Of A Revolution Live at Bank of America Pavillion on 2011-08-10
Bank of America Pavillion
01. Delicate Few *
02. Untitled *
04. Gotta Be Wrong Sometimes ->
05. About Mr. Brown *
06. City On Down (Organ Intro) *
07. Black Rock (Bongo Intro) *
08 We Made It * ->
09. The Last Time *
10. Hey Girl *
11. Toy Store
12. Program Director * $
13. Right On Time
01. Love And Memories
02. Taking On The World Today *
03. Shattered (Turn The Car Around)
04. The Downeaster 'Alexa' *
05. Over And Over ~
06. About An Hour Ago *
07. Lay Down *
08. Wicked Storm * ->
09. 52-50 *
10. Heaven *
11. That Was A Crazy Game Of Poker * #
Collection OfARevolutionBand/Artist Of A RevolutionVenue Bank of America PavillionLocation Boston, MASource Senn MKE4012 (super caps) > Gakcables > V3 > Tascam DR680Lineage SDEHC > Sound Forge 9.0 > TLH (flac @ level 8)Taped by B CrupiTransferred by B Crupi
Location: Row 1, Mezz level LOC, mics at ~ 12ft
Source: Senn MKE4012 (super caps) > Gakcables > V3 (24/48) > Tascam DR680
Transfer: SDEHC > Sound Forge 9.0 (track, fades & convert to 16/44.1) > TLH (flac @ level 8, alin SBE & generate ffp)
~ Marc solo with MikelParis on keys.
Entire show with MikelParis on keys, percussion, and vocals.
* with Evan Oberla on trombone and vocals.
* with Jon Lampley on trumpet and vocals.
$ with Bobby Lee of SOJA on vocals.
# with Kelley James on vocals.
January 12, 2013
Massachusetts is where 'Revolution' exploded!
I've been fortunate to have attended well over 50 shows in my day. I'm 32 years young, and for a good while I thought Phish was the best show one could see. Then, while at High Point University, we were all introduced to O.A.R. by, of course, the streaming 'That was a Crazy Game of Poker.' From that point on I have really enjoyed witnessing the evolution of the band. I can recall them playing the Agganis Arena at B.U. Back in '06, and the band told the crowd that was the biggest indoor crowd they had ever played. Then, in '07 my brother and I went to see them at MSG. I will never forget the vendor just befuddled, saying, "I can't believe how many people here are from Massachusetts." That night the crowd sang back to the band to a decibel level I will probably never witness again. Hands down the most energetic show I have ever been to. On the way leaving MSG we had a great "Yankees Suck" chant going. Yeah, no doubt, we love O.A.R. up here, and I believe the band understands that. Opening with 'Delicate Few,' followed by 'Untitled' shows that the guys wanted to give the crowd a little something extra this night at the Pavilion. Hope to see you at the next show!